Today, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) says it will axe two of its mainstream sedans, Tesla makes progress in growing its network of Supercharger sites, and Jeep Wrangler diesel and hybrid models are reportedly in the product pipeline. All this and more on Green Car Reports.
Tesla added nearly 50 percent more Supercharger DC fast-charging sites last year, and will likely need to add more.
FCA is reportedly planning both Jeep Wrangler diesel and hybrid models, with the diesel set to arrive well before the hybrid.
German luxury brands are planning a slew of new plug-in hybrid models, but they're really for China, not the U.S.
As part of its revised five-year plan, FCA will kill off the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart sedans, and focus on trucks and SUVs instead.
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The 2004-2006 Ford Ranger compact pickup truck is the latest model to be affected by the massive Takata airbag recall.
Finally, Toyota retains its status as the world's biggest automaker, with over 10 million sales in 2015.